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  • GeoLeague Challenge 2015
    How to engaging community involvement using geospatial technologies What economic and social challenges are important to consider in this community Identify areas of risk and how to mitigate changes needed to susceptible areas Identify natural resources Provide a short detailed history of the Boy Scouts 2 3pages and ideologies in their mission and purpose Create a susceptibility rating for existing trails Create a camp style story of a simulated experience at camp in creating and preserving trails and campsites Use Geospatial methods including maps Landsat imagery provided materials and additional sources of the groups choosing to analyze the current trails on the Scout ranch Each team is to approach this challenge as if they are placed directly in the heart of the ranch Final Presentation The final presentation will be submitted in a video format no longer than 10 minutes Each team will also include an essay 5 pages in length and allowed an additional 2 pages for graphics Once submissions are in a video presentation will be posted on the ASPRS Website for members to vote and comment on Winners will be announced shortly after polls close Participation Guidelines Form a group of at least 5 undergraduate and or graduate students and a faculty advisor in your region at least 3 students must be ASPRS student members by the registration deadline and remain student members through the Annual Conference S tudents must do all of the work Those who are not students can only provide guidance For more information contact SAC Deputy Chair Amanda Aragón aaragon1 live nmhu edu The votes will be counted based on a poll point system survey using the following evaluation criteria guide Evaluation The solutions will be evaluated by ASPRS members by voting online once polls are open Importance relevance applicability of solution to the stated objectives 15 pts This metric assesses whether the project report is responsive to the objectives and requirements stated in the Challenge How does the solution address an important problem i e why is mapping ecosystem services change important Creativity of solution 10 pts The creativity of the solution will be specifically addressed by these questions Does the solution challenge an existing method s develop new methodologies or incorporate innovative technologies If so what effect will the results have on concepts or methods that drive this field Technical scientific merit 30 pts This metric assesses whether the approach is technically sound whether the methods are appropriate and whether there are clear project goals and objectives consistent with the Challenge objectives Solutions should address the approach soundness of design and judges will consider the following questions Are the conceptual framework design methods and analyses adequately developed well integrated and appropriate to the aims of the project Does the applicant acknowledge potential problem areas and consider alternative approaches Is the workflow capable of being replicated in other areas on a larger scale Does the solution indicate how the proposed methodology is an improvement over existing methods in terms of efficiency cost

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  • GeoLeague Challenge 2014
    this study area The remaining land inward from the coast should not be included Potential Data Sources and References Belize ICZMP Data Portal http www geointerest frih org NatCap USGS Earth Explorer http earthexplorer usgs gov USGS LandsatLook Viewer http landsatlook usgs gov The Natural Capital Project http www naturalcapitalproject org InVEST Ecosystem Service Models http www naturalcapitalproject org toolbox html InVEST User s Guide http www naturalcapitalproject org InVEST html Clarke C M Canto S Rosado 2013 Belize Integrated Coastal Zone Management Plan Coastal Zone Management Authority and Institute CZMAI Belize City Accessed via http www coastalzonebelize org page id 681 August 2013 Clarke C Rosado S Rosenthal A Arkema K Canto M Gillett I Verutes G Wood S 2012 Coastal Zone Planning for Belize The Natural Capital Project and World Wildlife Fund Accessed via http ncp dev stanford edu dataportal WWF CZMAI NatCap Belize 20case 20study pdf August 2013 Participation Guidelines Form a group of at least 5 undergraduate and or graduate students and a faculty advisor in your region at least 3 students must be ASPRS student members by the registration deadline and remain student members through the Annual Conference If you have trouble meeting this requirement please feel free to contact us You may also enlist the help of ASPRS members in your surrounding communities However students must do all of the work Those who are not students can only provide guidance To be eligible to compete please fill out a Registration Form and return it to SAC Deputy Chair Mingshu Wang mswang uga edu prior to November 30 2013 Proposal Deliverables and Deadlines 1 At least one representative from each team will be required to attend the 2014 Annual ASPRS Conference in Louisville to present the project The team will be required to present two products A scientific paper following the guidelines presented by Photogrammetric Engineering Remote Sensing for Highlight Articles online describing in detail the solution to this year s challenge including background on the project methods algorithm development mapping techniques graphic illustrations and the team s solution The only exception to the Highlight Article guidelines is the word limit has changed from 2500 words to 4000 words The 4000 word limit and formatting guidelines will be strictly enforced Lack of adherence to these guidelines will result in the report not being evaluated 2 A PowerPoint presentation where each team has 10 minutes to present at the ASPRS 2014 Annual Conference GeoLeague Challenge Session Presentations will not be permitted to exceed 10 minutes All materials must be submitted by 8 00 pm EST on February 28th 2014 Submission Requirements Both the PowerPoint presentation and paper need to be uploaded to the ASPRS FTP site no later than 8 00 pm EST February 28 2014 No late submissions will be evaluated and no extensions will be given FTP Site ftp birdseye asprs org Login ASPRS FTP USER all caps Password ASPRSgeneral Please place your materials in the GeoLeague folder with the name of your team in the heading ex teamname paper doc teamname presentation ppt Evaluation The solutions will be evaluated both before and during the 2014 ASPRS Annual Conference by judges from different sectors of the geospatial industry Government Employees Students Private Sector Employees Faculty etc Importance relevance applicability of solution to the stated objectives 15 pts This metric assesses whether the project report is responsive to the objectives and requirements stated in the Challenge How does the solution address an important problem i e why is mapping ecosystem services change important Creativity of solution 10 pts The creativity of the solution will be specifically addressed by these questions Does the solution challenge an existing method s develop new methodologies or incorporate innovative technologies If so what effect will the results have on concepts or methods that drive this field Technical scientific merit 30 pts This metric assesses whether the approach is technically sound whether the methods are appropriate and whether there are clear project goals and objectives consistent with the Challenge objectives Solutions should address the approach soundness of design and judges will consider the following questions Are the conceptual framework design methods and analyses adequately developed well integrated and appropriate to the aims of the project Does the applicant acknowledge potential problem areas and consider alternative approaches Is the workflow capable of being replicated in other areas on a larger scale Does the solution indicate how the proposed methodology is an improvement over existing methods in terms of efficiency cost or accuracy and timeliness Does the solution help stakeholders make more informed decisions about how to use lands and waters Mapping Visualization 15 pts Is the mapping framework comprehensive in considering all necessary factors including a well organized and thorough plan visualization techniques to create appealing maps etc Do the cartographic elements of the map serve the function of the ecosystem services change mapping effectively accurately and efficiently Presentation Content 20 pts Does the PowerPoint presentation show the general process by which the methodology was created Does the PowerPoint effectively convey why the team s solution is the most effective and comprehensive Is the PowerPoint presentation informative and understandable for a wide range of audiences Does the presenter provide a compelling argument for why his her team has the most thorough solution Project Report Format 10 pts Does the paper follow the PE RS format guidelines for Highlight Articles Are all project report format items addressed clearly and concisely Prizes Recognition and a published Highlight Article in PE RS one year complimentary membership in ASPRS for all first place team members 300 to the winning ASPRS student chapter gift certificates to the ASPRS Bookstore and many more prizes to be announced Contact Please contact the ASPRS SAC Deputy Chair if you have any questions Mingshu Wang ASPRS Student Advisory Council Deputy Chair mswang uga edu References Costanza R R d Arge R de Groot S Farber M Grasso B Hannon K Limburg S Naeem R V O Neill J Paruelo R G

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  • Student Newsletter
    Student Newsletter Student Newsletter The ASPRS Student Newsletter is available here Click Here to Report a Problem on this Page Report a Problem Please complete all required fields Your Name Invalid Input Email Address Invalid Input What Problem are you reporting Broken Image Broken Link Spelling Other Issue Invalid Input Additional Comments Invalid Input Please enter these 4 NUMBERS in the box Refresh the Code Invalid Input For overall comments

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  • Student Advisory Council Positions
    video recording of GeoLeague presentations for publication to YouTube 1x per year Utilizes student representatives on the various Divisions for assistance in promoting cosponsoring SAC webinars year round Chairs the SAC Education Professional Development ad hoc committee 6 bimonthly meetings per year SAC representative at the ASPRS Education and Professional Development Committee meetings teleconferences both conferences SAC representative at the ASPRS GIS Division meetings teleconferences both conferences Deputy Education and Professional Development Councilor 1 year then moves up to councilor position Assists the EPD Councilor in preparation for becoming EPD Councilor the following year year round Helps organize the SAC educational track sessions at each of the conferences Works with the Associate Member Liaison and the Sustaining Members Council to create opportunities for students to interact with professionals including the Student and Employer Meet and Greet Promotes certification programs and webinars especially on Social Media Attends the SAC Education Professional Development ad hoc committee 6 bimonthly meetings per year SAC representative at the ASPRS Education and Professional Development Committee meetings teleconferences both conferences SAC representative at the ASPRS Remote Sensing Applications Division meetings teleconferences both conferences Communications Councilor 1 year Updates the Signatures blog Facebook LinkedIn Twitter with geospatial student content 8 12 postings per month up to as many as needed Provides status updates to the SAC on social media postings and traffic quarterly Puts together the student page in PE RS 1 update per year beginning of term Works with student chapters to create their own webpages annual email of availability as needed Chairs the SAC Communications ad hoc committee 6 bimonthly meetings per year SAC representative at the ASPRS Membership Committee meetings 4 quarterly teleconferences per year both conferences SAC representative on the ASPRS Electronic Communications Committee meetings teleconferences both conferences Deputy Communications Councilor 1 year then moves up to councilor position Assists the Communications Councilor in preparation for becoming EPD Councilor the following year year round Develops and maintains the ASPRS SAC website hosted by ASPRS year round Attends the SAC Communications ad hoc committee 6 bimonthly meetings per year SAC representative at the ASPRS Lidar Division meetings teleconferences both conferences Networking Councilor 1 year Maintains the online Virtual Career Expo bimonthly updates 15th of every even month i e Feb 15 Apr 15 Jun 15 etc Liaison between SAC and the student chapters of ASPRS outreach emails at beginning of each semester Liaison between SAC and the student members serving on the regional boards Maintains the Student Chapter leadership database year round Chairs the SAC Networking ad hoc committee 6 bimonthly meetings per year SAC representative at the ASPRS Primary Data Acquisition Division meetings teleconferences both conferences SAC representative at the Sustaining Member Council meetings Annual Fall conferences Deputy Networking Councilor 1 year then moves up to councilor position Organizes networking events for each conference including the Exhibit Hall Tour Speed Networking and fun evening social events during the conference 2x per year Liaison between SAC and the regional leadership of ASPRS outreach emails at

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  • ASPRS Membership Benefits and Savings
    Join Now BENEFITS SAVINGS PE RS subscription includes Special Issues 410 Annual Subscription included in your membership Discounted Professional Certification fees in all Certification categories 1 Photogrammetrists 2 Mapping Scientists 3 Technologists 125 Reduced fee on Certification Application Discounted Registration Fees for ASPRS Conferences UP to 100 Reduction on Conference Fee Free PE RS Classified Advertising on one text ad per year 75 20 Words Free on one text ad per year Substantial discounts on all ASPRS Publications 5 50 Per book DUES POSSIBLE SAVINGS PER YEAR OVER 500 135 U S Active 90 U S Associate 45 U S Student Note Additional tax and postage fees may apply for international members PLUS Eligibility for enrollment in the following valuable group insurance plans for you and your family For more information click here Professional Liability Life Insurance Health Care Accidental Death and Dismemberment Dental Cancer Insurance To join ASPRS please first log in above with your ASPRS online account and then Join Now Click Here to Report a Problem on this Page Report a Problem Please complete all required fields Your Name Invalid Input Email Address Invalid Input What Problem are you reporting Broken Image Broken Link Spelling Other Issue

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  • Bookstore Pricing for Students
    Advertising Conference Proceedings Manual of Photogrammetry Errata Publications Catalog PDF Online Bookstore Skip to content Home Education Students Bookstore Pricing for Students Bookstore Pricing for Students STUDENT PRICING Student pricing is displayed in the Online Bookstore for all applicable items some items do not have student prices Student pricing is available only to student members and student orders may now be placed directly through the on line bookstore To obtain the special student rates please login at the top of this page If you wish to become a student member please complete an application for membership online at the bottom of the Student Membership page You will be notified when your membership application has been processed generally within 2 business days Click Here to Report a Problem on this Page Report a Problem Please complete all required fields Your Name Invalid Input Email Address Invalid Input What Problem are you reporting Broken Image Broken Link Spelling Other Issue Invalid Input Additional Comments Invalid Input Please enter these 4 NUMBERS in the box Refresh the Code Invalid Input For overall comments on the site in general please submit comments in our comment form ASPRS Online Home Certification ASPRS Foundation Students Membership

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  • Student Chapters & Faculty Advisors
    Faculty Advisor jatullis cast uark edu Intermountain Region The Idaho State University Keith T Weber Faculty Advisor webekeit isu edu University of Utah George F Hepner Faculty Advisor george hepner geog utah edu Mid South Region Murray State University Haluk Cetin Faculty Advisor haluk cetin murraystate edu Texas State University San Marcos Wade Martyn Faculty Advisor geowade txstate edu Mississippi State University David Evans Faculty Advisor dle2 msstate edu University of Southern Mississippi Jerry Griffith Faculty Advisor griffith usm edu University of Georgia Marguerite Madden Faculty Advisor mmadden uga edu University of Texas at Austin Eugenio Arima Faculty Advisor arima austin utexas edu University of Texas at San Antonio Hongjie Xie Faculty Advisor Hongjie Xie utsa edu Website http www utsa edu lrsg University of Houston Craig Glennie Faculty Advisor clglennie uh edu Texas A M University Sorin Popescu Faculty Advisor s popescu tamu edu Northern California Region Humboldt State University Dr Mahesh Rao Faculty Advisor Mahesh Rao humboldt edu California State University Fresno James Crossfield Faculty Advisor james crossfield csufresno edu Sacramento Region Student Chapter American River College Nathan Jennings Faculty Advisor jenninn arc losrios edu San Francisco State University Trish Foschi Faculty Advisor tfoschi sfsu edu Potomac Region George Mason University Anthony Stefanidis Faculty Advisor astefani gmu edu Northern Virginia Community College Michael Krimmer Faculty Advisor mkrimmer nvcc edu Puget Sound Region Puget Sound Region Student Chapter L Monika Moskal Faculty Advisor lmmoskal u washington edu Rocky Mountain Region University of Denver Sharolyn Anderson Faculty Advisor sharolyn anderson du edu Montana Student Chapter Rick Lawrence Faculty Advisor rickl montana edu New Mexico State University Michaela Buenemann Faculty Advisor elabuen nmsu edu Southwest US Region Arizona State University Soe Myint Faculty Advisor soe myint asu edu Northern Arizona State University Neil S Cobb Faculty Advisor neil cobb nau edu

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  • Student Membership
    faculty or sponsor signature etc is required for each year of student membership A person is not eligible for student membership if he she has previously held an Active or Associate Member status Student members do not vote or hold office until they advance to Associate Membership Your Student application is not complete until you have fax or email your verification to the ASPRS office You can fax it to 301 493 0208 attn Priscilla Weeks or email it to Priscilla Weeks at pweeks asprs org Benefits of ASPRS Membership The benefits of membership in the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing far exceed the initial investment Member benefits and services include Monthly digital issue of Photogrammetric Engineering Remote Sensing PE RS Discounts of 25 40 on all ASPRS publications Job Fair Access Discounts on registration fees for ASPRS Annual Meetings and Specialty Conferences Discounts on ASPRS Workshops Receipt of Region Newsletter Region specialty conferences workshops technical tours and social events Opportunity to participate in ISPRS activities Invitations to Technical Committee and Division meetings Local regional national and international networking opportunities Eligibility for over 30 000 in National and Region awards scholarships and fellowships Opportunity to Access to the ASPRS Membership Directory on the Internet search for other active individual members sustaining members and certified professionals Eligibility for car rental and hotel discounts To become a member of ASPRS please take the time to apply on line today Secure on line Membership Form For further information contact the ASPRS Membership Department at ASPRS 5410 Grosvenor Lane Suite 210 Bethesda MD 20814 2160 Phone 301 493 0290 Fax 301 493 0208 Email members asprs org Click Here to Report a Problem on this Page Report a Problem Please complete all required fields Your Name Invalid Input Email Address Invalid Input

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